Infrared imaging core from Xenics enables long-range monitoring applications

Check out the latest release from Xenics, a Stirling-cooled mid-wave infrared imaging core that features either an MCT or InSb 640 x 512 infrared detector with a 15 µm pixel size and is designed for long-range monitoring applications like perimeter control, law enforcement, and homeland security.

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Xenics has announced the release of the Stirling-cooled XCO-640 mid-waveinfrared (MWIR) imaging core, which is designed for long-range monitoring applications like perimeter control, law enforcement, and homeland security. The XCO-640 features either an MCT or InSb 640 x 512 infrared detector with a 15 µm pixel size and a spectral band of either 3.7 to 4.8 µm (XCO-MCT-640), or 3.6 to 4.9 µm (XCO-InSb-640.) The core is built on a new platform with similar image processing features as the OEM modules XSW-640 and XTM-640, and features a rugged setup with several 22x zoom lens options, fully controllable via Serial Protocol. In addition, the infrared imaging core features additional analog output (PAL, NTSC) or HDSDI, in addition to GigE Vision and Camera Link interfaces.

To Learn More:

Contact:Xenics
Headquarters: Leuven, Belgium
Product:
 XCO-640 infrared imaging core
Key features:640 x 512 infrared detector (MCT or InSb) with 15 µm pixel size, spectral band of either 3.7 to 4.8 µm (XCO-MCT-640), or 3.6 to 4.9 µm (XCO-InSb-640), Camera Link/GigE interfaces.

What Xenics says:
View more information on the XCO-640.

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